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Cursos en línea para tener puntos para oposiciones?

Posted by Admin | Posted in Cursos Virtuales | Posted on 22-04-2014

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Question by Fanisa: Cursos en línea para tener puntos para oposiciones?
Quisiera presentarme en unos años a una oposición de secundaria (en francés). Vivo ahora en EEUU y quisiera encontrar algún modo de hacer un(os) curso(s) (en temas relacionados con la educación) y conseguir puntos para presentarme a dicha oposición.
Estos cursos deben ser reconocidos por la junta de Andalucía ya que quiero presentarme en Andalucía.
Gracias por vuestra información.
Me interesan cursos a distancia sin tener que ir a hacer exámenes ya que vivo en EEUU.

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Answer by Laura
Hola,

He editado la respuesta después de tu comentario:

Según el REAL DECRETO 276/2007, de 23 de febrero, por
el que se aprueba el Reglamento de ingreso,
accesos y adquisición de nuevas especialidades
en los cuerpos docentes a que se refiere la
Ley Orgánica 2/2006, de 3 de mayo, de Educación,
y se regula el régimen transitorio de
ingreso a que se refiere la disposición transitoria
decimoséptima de la citada ley:

Formación permanente:
Por cada curso de formación permanente y perfeccionamiento superado, relacionado con la especialidad a la que se opta o con la organización escolar, las nuevas tecnologías aplicadas a la edu cación, la didáctica, la psicopedagogía o la sociología de la educación, convocado por administraciones públicas con plenas competencias educativas o por universidades, o actividades incluidas en el plan de formación permanente organizados por entidades colaboradoras con las adminis traciones educativas,
o actividades reconocidas por la administración educativa
correspondiente:
a) No inferior a 3 créditos: 0,2000 puntos.
b) No inferior a 10 créditos: 0,5000 puntos.

Por tanto puedes ir al departamento o sección online de Universiades españolas. Yo creía que UNED también tenía estudios online.
Te dejo el enlace de la UB virtual, es una posibilidad:

http://www.educacion.ubvirtual.com/es/index.html

Saludos de nuevo.

Suerte

Martes 13.30 horas en españa.

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SUGERENCIAS SOBRE CURSOS EN LíNEA PARA TENER PUNTOS PARA OPOSICIONES?

Cursos en línea para tener puntos para oposiciones?

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¿quien me ayuda a encontrar un curso virtual de ingles gratis pero que ten sertificado al finalizarlo?

Posted by Admin | Posted in Cursos Virtuales | Posted on 21-04-2014

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¿quien me ayuda a encontrar un curso virtual de ingles gratis pero que ten sertificado al finalizarlo?

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Question by ankledeepdish: ¿quien me ayuda a encontrar un curso virtual de ingles gratis pero que ten sertificado al finalizarlo?
qusiera saber que si http://tosol.co.uk/login/index.php podria tener un certificado para descargar via online o enviarmelo al e mail.
y si este no funciona.. porfavor enviarme un link de donde se pueda realizar el curso que sea gratuito y que este mismo me de un certificado y lo pueda d escargar gratis porfavor ayudame lo mas pronto posible gracias

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Answer by ADRIANO
Hola AnkleDeepDish. En http://www.OMPERSONAL.com.ar Te recomiendo el método OM PERSONAL porque tienes todos los niveles en una misma plataforma. Es decir — sin tener que cambiar — puedes estudiar gratis desde Principiantes hasta First Certificate y Toefl Test

Se trata de 12 cursos tan pedagógicos que a través de sus personajes gráficos, sencillas instrucciones en español y del CHAT y MINI CHAT incorporados, manejarás toda la información sin inconvenientes. Son cursos efectivos y gratuitos, aquí tienes algunos (todos con examen final y certificación gratuita):

INGLES NIÑOS Y PRINCIPIANTES EN 15 LECCIONES

http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/omkids/presentacion.htm

INGLES BASICO ELEMENTAL EN 10 LECCIONES

http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/ELEMENTARY/presentacion1.htm

INGLES PRE-INTERMEDIO EN 10 LECCIONES

http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/ELEMENTARY/presentacion2.htm

INGLES INTERMEDIO EN 10 LECCIONES

http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/INTERMEDIATE/presentacion1.htm

INGLES INTERMEDIO AVANZADO EN 10 LECCIONES

http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/INTERMEDIATE/presentacion2.htm

INGLES AVANZADO EN 15 LECCIONES

http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/omcompany/contenidotematico.htm

FIRST CERTIFICATE EXAM EN 60 LECCIONES

http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/OMFIRST/presentacion1.htm

TOEFL TEST EN 100 LECCIONES

http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/omtoefl/contenidotematico.htm

CONVERSACION EN INGLES EN 24 LECCIONES
(dos niveles: básico e intermedio)

http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/omtalk/contenidotematico.htm

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COMENTARIOS SOBRE ¿QUIEN ME AYUDA A ENCONTRAR UN CURSO VIRTUAL DE INGLES GRATIS PERO QUE TEN SERTIFICADO AL FINALIZARLO?

¿quien me ayuda a encontrar un curso virtual de ingles gratis pero que ten sertificado al finalizarlo?

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Walden University Awards Degrees to More Than 3,500 Graduates From 19 Countries

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Minneapolis (PRWEB) August 13, 2008

Walden University, a leading online university, recently graduated more than 3,500 students who hail from 19 countries. The graduation ceremony took place Saturday, July 26, at the University of Minnesota’s Northrop Auditorium and included the first graduates of the Walden University/Universidad del Valle de M

New It — Get It

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación It | Posted on 08-04-2014

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New It — Get It

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Just when those who make IT decisions feel that they have everything under control, a new force can quickly appear from what seems to be nowhere to vent its fury on well-considered plans. For those who quickly learn to adapt to the new force, all will be well. Those who don’t study and just resist can find that their footing becomes precarious.

In recent years, the Internet’s expansion was one such powerful force that many people underestimated. Negative aspects became prominent, as well-prepared attacks conducted by hackers and hostile parties over the Internet left organizations breached, broken, and in a mess.

Simultaneously the Internet created spaces of interaction between individuals and organizations, expanding individual choices and business models. This meant the expansion of global commerce and unheard-of forms of exchange.

This new reality represents a challenge for governments and businesses changing the boundaries and the definition of Risk and Trust.

How is an IT decision maker supposed to prepare for such powerful forces? Once the forces are understood, how then should an organization decide whether to adopt the latest technical advances or to wait until these are easier, less expensive, and less dangerous to use?

I was reminded of these critical questions by Mr. Carlos Trigoso, a Ph.D. candidate at Rushmore University. When he’s not working on his doctoral degree, Mr. Trigoso is engaged in his challenging, full-time job as one of the world’s foremost IT experts in Identity and Access Management (I&AM).

Mr. Trigoso has devised a new approach to IT decision making based on what he calls the “Four Perspectives of Security”, which are four disciplines or spaces that need to be considered when making choices in Security investment and strategy. These are the disciplines of Direction, Selection, Protection and Verification.

Mr. Trigoso observes that “IT cannot be properly managed without a clear business strategy, and gaining deep knowledge of what helps a company progress.” Many organizations have incomplete understanding of this and make poor IT investment decisions. According to him, the current predicament of many Chief Information Officers and Chief Security Officers is that they are still focused on technical solutions.

You can better appreciate what is happening in these responses to Information Technology advances by comparing them with the well-known image of a train approaching a station.

While the train is still far from the station — no matter how fast it is going — its horn will have a low frequency sound whereas the frequency will quickly step up and reach a climax right at the point it reaches the station, only to diminish in pitch very quickly as the locomotive moves away again and disappears from sight.

Technology innovations have almost the same pattern: they seem far away and unreal in the distance but grow to the point of hype and exaggerated enthusiasm when the technologies are launched in the market.

To be effective as an IT security expert, Mr. Trigoso has to be ready whenever the next IT transformations near practicality. He is always studying (whether or not he’s earning yet another academic degree), continually earning new IT qualifications and certifications to apply on behalf of his many satisfied clients. Currently, he is exploring the potential and pitfalls of Cloud Computing.

His studies and practical work show that IT decisions need to be based on well-founded methods: “All errors are based on wrong methods, but no method can guarantee the intended results.” A well-founded method is one that is complete, one that balances theory and practice and, essentially, the Four Perspectives.

Mr. Trigoso notes that is customary to define an error as any decision that leads to a loss when a gain is sought; but he reminds us that good IT investment and strategy can sometimes lead to negative results, while poor decision methods can lead to valuable economic benefits. Those who haven’t learned about making good IT decisions can be frustrated by such seemingly contradictory results.

The reason for this paradox lies in the nature of decision-making and the purpose of the decision maker. To be satisfactory a decision has to be complete, covering all the perspectives of action.

Rather than be frustrated and throw up our hands in despair about making IT decisions, there’s an important lesson: decision methods should be judged not principally by their results in a specific instance, but by the correlations of a method to our purposes and intents.

This observation reminds us that the world is full of uncertainty but that a key source of it is action itself, i.e. the purpose of the business leader, the risk taker. While we can seek to reduce uncertainty and risk with traditional methods, we cannot just “eliminate” these and we have to learn to take risk, share risk and allocate our trust.

In the field of IT security the traditional wisdom is that good results follow from keeping unauthorized access from occurring. When unauthorized access does occur, it’s important how long it takes to respond with countermeasures that lessen any negative effects. Such measures of performance define a traditional defensive strategy for IT security.

In relation to this, Mr. Trigoso notes that for too long the Security disciplines have been dominated by a focus on Protection and Enforcement. In other words, the disciplines of Security have been anchored in the perspective of Risk Reduction.

To go beyond this he suggests an expansion of the concepts of Risk and Trust to include Trust Definition and Risk Taking, Trust Allocation and Risk Sharing, Trust Enforcement and Risk Reduction, and finally Trust Verification and Risk Monitoring.

There’s an innovation wave on its way to corporate IT: putting in place more advanced IT that delivers greater value to companies and their stakeholders. A transformation of the Security disciplines focused on Trust Management and User-Friendly solutions.

Many advanced applications are impossible unless IT Security is effective in protecting those who use the IT and have their information contained in a system; but the capabilities of protection must be complemented with the power to enable the user, the citizen, the consumer, the individual to accomplish much more.

On the surface, the innovation wave would seem to call for a stronger version of a traditional defensive strategy, but such an approach might not give authorized users what they want.

Mr. Trigoso notes, instead, that adapting to this innovation wave requires an intellectual transformation. IT decision makers should be assessing the relationships they want to have with their partners and clients to determine what type of Security and how much to have, rather than simply focusing on what percentage of the time a given block of data is kept secure.

So what, in sum, are the new perspectives needed to respond to the emerging innovation waves that are important to IT Security decision makers? Mr. Trigoso emphasizes six new ways of thinking:

1. The protection-and-compliance focus which Identity and Access Management (I&AM) inherits from the Security domain will not disappear, but such a focus will have a lesser role in the IT landscape than it does now.

2. Centralized control to protect identities will be reserved for very restricted areas of IT infrastructures, while organizations also implement federated and decentralized assurance services.

3. Meeting-privacy and data-protection concerns will be seen as essential, but increasingly not as a central management task. Instead, concerns will be rooted in individual choices and different identity varieties.

4. I&AM services will experience rapid adoption, but a single model will not exist. Corporations will sometimes have partly hosted and partly on-premise solutions.

5. The intellectual structure of Security and I&AM will change, moving from a focus on Risk Management, to a balance of Risk and Trust Management.

6. Security will rely even more on in-depth defenses, based on a variety of identities and identity assurance levels while deploying risk-based and attribute-based controls.

In explaining how to prepare for and to think about such issues, Mr. Trigoso is showing how cutting-edge practitioners can anticipate new forces, make appropriate changes, and understand the consequences of their technological change.

Are you studying enough in the right ways to keep up in the critical areas that affect your business so you’ll know whether you need new IT?

If not, what are you waiting for?

Donald W. Mitchell is a professor at Rushmore University, an online school, who often teaches people who want to improve their business effectiveness in order to accomplish career breakthroughs through earning advanced degrees. For more information about ways to engage in fruitful lifelong learning at Rushmore University to increase your effectiveness, I invite you to visit http://www.rushmore.edu

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UCSF Researchers Use New Tools to Move in on Cancer Susceptibility Genes

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Virtual | Posted on 06-04-2014

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Ferndale, WA (Vocus) January 12, 2009

UCSF researchers have used a new strategy to study inherited susceptibility for skin cancer in mice. In the process, they have identified a network of genes that may play a key role in controlling this susceptibility. The technique, the scientists say, could be used to identify such genes in human cancers.

The finding, reported in the Jan. 11, 2009 Advance Online Publication of Nature, builds on a promising technique called genetic network analysis, which allows scientists to analyze complex systems. The technique has been used to study heritable traits such as obesity and to study the workings of organs such as the human brain. However, it has never been used in cancer genetics, due to the complexity in studying how genetic differences influence whether an organism will develop cancer.

“This is the first time these techniques have been used to analyze cancer susceptibility. Using this framework, these methods should be applicable in many different areas of cancer research or other types of heritable diseases that thus far have been difficult to study,” says senior study author Allan Balmain, PhD, UCSF professor of biochemistry and Barbara Bass Bakar Distinguished Professor in Cancer Genetics at the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Genetic network analysis produces a map of how key genes interact with each other to control physiological functions and structures. Applying this tool to cancer research opens a new window on the disease.

“There are rare mutations that strongly predispose people to getting a type of cancer, but most cancers are caused by a combination of environmental influences and moderately influential differences in the DNA that an individual is born with. The kinds of changes we are studying are not instant tickets to cancer but are predispositions. This is something that is much harder to track but could be very useful in the future realm of personalized medicine,” says David Quigley, MA, the first author on the paper and the lead computational expert on the project.

Significantly, the UCSF researchers used only a personal computer to map out the relevant gene networks. Previous studies using this technique have required supercomputers or other forms of high-powered computing. Reducing computing requirements should allow many more laboratories to use genetic network analysis techniques.

In their study, the researchers bred together laboratory mice of the species Mus Musculus with wild mice of the species Mus Spretus. M. Musculus has strong susceptibility to skin cancer and M. Spretus has strong resistance to skin cancer.

The researchers attempted to induce skin cancer in the mixed offspring of these mice and then examined how genetic control of gene expression affected their tumor susceptibility. By examining genetic differences between mice who did and did not develop skin cancer, the researchers identified the Vitamin D Receptor as a candidate master regulator for skin cancer in the mice.

Vitamin D levels in the blood have long been recognized as having an influence on skin functions and susceptibility to inflammatory diseases in humans and mice. Diminished Vitamin D levels or a faulty Vitamin D Receptor gene have also been associated with the propensity for various types of cancer in people and mice.

“Now we have shown Vdr can be linked to skin cancer in mice using genetic network analysis methods,” says Balmain. Because man and mouse share significant similarities in cancer genetics and cancer development, he says, gene candidates for cancer in mice could directly translate into gene candidates for cancer susceptibility in humans.

Genetic networks comprise dozens or hundreds of genes that interact by switching on and off in response to internal stimuli, external stimuli, or some combination of both.

This switching process, called gene expression, has been extremely difficult to measure and assess due to the sheer numerical complexity of the process. In part, this complexity explains why most cancer genetics research to date has focused on identifying clear interactions between single genes and a specific type of cancer. However, these approaches so far have not been sufficient to explain how gene expression impacts susceptibility to many types of cancers.

The researchers also used their technique to identify gene networks that appeared to represent either structural or functional components of the skin, such as skin-resident cell types (hair follicles, muscle, melanocytes, haematopoietic cells) and physiological (for example, inflammation) or cellular (for example, cell cycle) functions.

They discovered that a gene called Lgr5 that is expressed in stem cells of the skin and intestine is a candidate master regulator for the development of hair follicles. In the context of skin cancer, hair follicle development may be important because the hair follicle is a continuously regenerating organ system. Scientists have used this system as a model for studying cancer development in different organs.

According to the researchers, their research approach could easily be replicated for genetic network analysis of virtually any type of moderately or partially heritable cancer, as well as for other inherited diseases that do not have single-gene binary switches and result from more complex genetic interactions. Potential research candidates could include lung, breast or colon cancers, as well as inherited diseases outside the realm of cancer such as autoimmune disorders.

Additional co-authors of the paper were: Minh D. To of the UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Department of Surgery; Jesus Perez-Losada of the Departamento de Medicina, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Salamanca; Facundo G. Pelorosso of the UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center; Jian-Hua Mao of the UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Life Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley; Hiroki Nagase of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute and Nihon University, and David Ginzinger of the UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center.

The study was funded primarily by the National Cancer Institute. Additional funding for the research or personnel involved in the research came from the Sandler Foundation postdoctoral research fellowship program, the Spanish Ministerio de Educacion y Ciencia, the European Community, the Fondo de Investigaciones Sanitarias and Junta de Castilla y Leon.

UCSF is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care.

Contact:

Jennifer O’Brien

(415) 476-2557

Web: http://www.ucsf.edu

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UCSF Researchers Use New Tools to Move in on Cancer Susceptibility Genes

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Blogging Tips – 5 Blogging Tips to Build Your Internet Business Blog the Right Way

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Article by Neil Ashworth

I’ve been building a business online for several months now and one of the best ways to create interest in your business is to provide information about it for others who might be reviewing or researching your company (in my case, Carbon Copy Pro). But what’s the best way to provide that information? Well, this article will look at blogging tips and techniques to help you build your business online, so sit back and get ready to discover five steps to successful blogging.

1 Getting Started – Blogging platforms.

There are a variety of different free blogging sites available to get you started at no cost with your own website. Here is a short list;

blogger.com
blogr.com
blogster.com
blog.co.uk
blogamp.com
blogger.com
bloglines.com
blogspot.com
fav.or.it
technorati.com
thoughts.com
typepad.com
MySpace.com
WordPress.com

If you have little or no money to get started building your business online, these are all adequate and you can build an audience across the various social networking sites using these free blogging platforms by adding your blog address to your profile page. However, if you want any real marketing power and you want to get found online when people search Google, MSN or Yahoo for information on your company, product or service, you will need to go with a self hosted blog and WordPress is the easiest to operate.

Installing WordPress is a lot easier these days than it used to be with several hosting providers offering a one click install from your admin panel (sounds confusing at first glance but believe me it isn’t and sites like Bluehost.com offer video tutorials to take you through this step).

The advantage of a self hosting blog is search engine optimization, although don’t be fooled; a well constructed, SEO optimized, keyword targeted blogger blog can get you onto the front page of Google as fast as a self hosted blog if not faster. Perhaps both options are worth your time and investment to grow your online business the right way?

2. What To Do Once You’re Inside – Blogging plug-ins to help you make your mark

Once you have your WordPress site set up you will want to install a few plug-ins to help you manage the site and prevent unwanted visitors spamming your posts. Here is my list of top plugins to get you started;

SEO Smart Links – allows you to pre-configure the blog so that posts with specific words in them will automatically link to a url of your choice. This allows you to link a set of words like “online business opportunity” to your own website landing page as the post is added into your blog.

In addition, this plug-in allows you to link back to your own posts within the blog which is equally important in the eyes of Google. Internal linking and building good backlinks, coupled with unique site content, is the key to great search positioning over time. Set your blog up the right way to begin with and this will make life a lot easier.

Google xml sitemaps – make it easy for Google to navigate your site and they will come back for more, as simple as that. This plug-in automatically updates your site map and keeps things in good order without you having to worry about it. A must!

Askimet – the king (or queen) of spam capture. You will need to register with WordPress (its free) to activate this plug-in and once set you can leave it to do its duty, blocking spammers and keeping your site looking and feeling the way you want it to.

All In One SEO Pack – an updated version is now available for this plug-in and if you haven’t seen this one its time you did. All in One SEO pack will provide all you need to rank well in search. It takes a little bit of work to get it into shape but once done you will not look back.

Sexy Bookmarks – Don’t worry! This is far less risky than it seems. If you write something worth reading you want people to share it and this is the best social share plug-in available, hands down. Set this up to show at the end of all your posts to give people the option to share your great content!

Broken Link Checker – This one does what it says on the tin, as the saying goes. It sits in your admin area and monitors your blog posts to see if you have any broken links within any of the posts and if you do, it notifies you from within the admin area of your WordPress blog. This allows you to keep your site free from broken links and will help you in the eyes of the search engines.

Why is this useful? Because Google and the other search engines don’t like a page with broken links in it and it will damage your page rank. Keep it tidy and keep Google happy and you’ll benefit from increased traffic to your website.

3. What To Wear When Blogging – WordPress Theme Selection

This is the part a lot of people get wrong. Get it right and it can increase your readership tenfold. Get it wrong and your site will be like a spring board, as soon as someone lands on it, they’ll bounce straight off. Theme selection is vital to building your internet business online by blogging.

Here are three of my favourite themes to give you an idea of where to start;

Blue Blix – a free WordPress theme which is bright and spacious and well laid out either in a two or three column style. Great for adding adsense too!

Talian – this is a great theme and one which you can customize to bring in adsense income as well as leads for your online business. This is how I have used it to provide information about carboncopypro while bringing in revenue through advertising on my site.

Flexibility – a marketers favourite. This theme allows you to add custom widgets, colours and styles and also to integrate an aweber newsletter sign up form very easily.

Thesis – a paid for premium theme but one which is SEO optimized and packs a powerful punch online to give your marketing ambitions some real weight behind them.

Personally, I like a minimalistic theme, bright, spacious and easy to navigate as well as read. Whatever theme you go for be sure to go for one which can be

modified to add your own widgets, header photos, a newsletter opt-in form and adsense to make it unique, personalised and profitable at the same time.

4. What To Say And Who To Make It Pay – (How Successful bloggers build their business)

There are three simple ways that bloggers make money online and if you’re intending to build a carboncopypro business or any other online business by blogging then cashflow is essential to your success. Here is a short list of how successful bloggers make money from their site;

They sell products by reviewing them on the blog.
They sell advertising space on the site
They sell knowledge to their readers through a newsletter

What each of these income streams needs is traffic, ongoing traffic from a trusted source and there is no better way to continue to drive traffic to your

website than through an email list. This is not so much new traffic but re-using what you have over and over again. Provide value and quality information to

your list and they will continue to return to your site, increasing its overall traffic value and providing you with more opportunities to make sales from your readership.

Add an opt-in form to your blog to encourage readers to leave their email and contact details in return for ongoing coaching or information on your business, whether that’s carboncopypro or any other online business you decide to build. So get out there and start to put that news letter together!

5. The Final Frontier – Online Promotion

Finally, when you have your site set up and ready to go and you have written a great article to launch it you’ll want to get the word out about your website

and tell the world all about your online business through your blog. Here’s a short list of places to promote your blog to. Add a link to your website when

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New Online Women’s Boutique, IvyBlue.com, Brings Together Top Designers and West Coast Style

Posted by Admin | Posted in Becas | Posted on 03-04-2014

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Manhattan Beach, CA (PRWEB) November 28, 2007

Ivy Blue, the newest name on the fashion scene, has launched its much-anticipated women’s fashion website, http://www.IvyBlue.com. A spin-off of the soon-to-open boutique in Manhattan Beach, Calif., IvyBlue.com will feature the same progressive designers, both established and rising stars, including Corey Lynn Calter, Alice + Olivia, Rory Beca and Graham & Spencer.

Ivy Blue owners Amy and Jeanne bring to life their lifelong love of fashion by making Southern California style accessible to women located anywhere. The collaboration results in a collection that represents Amy and Jeanne’s distinct fashion philosophies — effortless and unpretentious to no nonsense chic.

“What you wear says a lot about who you are,” says Amy. “I have always enjoyed expressing myself through fashion, and Ivy Blue is all about finding the look that’s right for each woman, regardless of her lifestyle. Our lines compliment each other, easily transitioning from day to evening, effortlessly.”

But finding the right outfit doesn’t have to be an ordeal. “One aspect about shopping that I found frustrating was going to multiple stores and still not finding the complete look I was after,” Jeanne says. “I also had a hard time locating unique finds from fashion-forward designers. We have accomplished this with Ivy Blue.”

IvyBlue.com features a wide selection of designers, covering every fashion necessity, from blouses, skirts and dresses to tees, designer denim, and sweaters. Ivy Blue Boutique will open at 1104 Manhattan Avenue in Spring 2008. The boutique will carry an expanded inventory of the same top designers. IvyBlue.com will carry handbags and accessories in the near future.

About Ivy Blue:

Ivy Blue is the collaboration of childhood best friends Amy and Jeanne, who blend their unique fashion philosophies to create a stunning collection of top and emerging designers in one online destination.

Lines carried include Alice + Olivia, Clione, Corey Lynn Calter, Graham & Spencer, Park Vogel, Rich & Skinny, Rory Beca, Sharon Segal, Splendid, Subtle Luxury, T Luxury, and Velvet. Lines coming in Spring 2008 include 18th Amendment, Grace Sun, Sally Tseng, Radcliffe Denim, Alisha Levine, Notify, Andrea Brueckner, Demylee, Laila Azhar, Pencey, Sonia Papale, Souchi, Dallin Chase and Robin.

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Curso a Distancia de Diseño Gráfico con illustrator CS6

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His Most Famous Painting (The Sunblind) – Juan Gris

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Juan Gris, originally Jose Victoriano Gonzalez-Perez (March 23, 1887 – May 11, 1927), was a Spanish sculptor and painter, who operated from France for the most of his life. Gris was a student of Mechanical Drawing (1902-1904) at the Escuela de Artes y Manufacturas, Madrid. During this period, he drew humorous illustrations for local journals. During 1904-1905, he learnt painting from José Maria Carbonero, an ‘Academic’ artist. While he continued to paint for local periodicals, it was only in 1910 that he started taking his painting seriously, and had developed his own unique style of ‘Synthetic Cubism’ by 1912. Two of his works in this period include ‘Guitar and Flowers’ (1912) and the ‘Portrait of Picasso’ (1912), while “The Sunblind” marked 1914.

Though Gris was associated with Pablo Picasso and the other artists following ‘Cubism,’ his creations were however, distinct from the other Cubist artists. Strict geometric patterns characterized most of Juan’s works. He also used paper collage in his works, as evident in his “The Sunblind.” Exacting and explicit are the words that can come close to describing Gris’ artworks. In contrast to Picasso’s and Braque’s ‘Cubist’ works, which were monochromatic, the use of vivid colors, done in a harmonious tone, characterized Gris’ style. One of his most famous works is “The Sunblind” (1914), a ‘Synthetic Cubist’ gouache, collage, chalk, and charcoal on canvas work, measuring 92.1 cm x 72.7 cm. Juan Gris used crayons generously to create this piece of art.

The beginning of ‘Synthetic Cubism’ is marked by the usage of collage or ‘papier colle,’ along with other materials, on a multicolored surface. In this style of creative art, the canvas surface is treated as opaque, which is accentuated by other materials applied to make the imagery stand out from the surface.

“The Sunblind” is a beautiful piece of art depicting light slipping through a venetian blind. The creation also shows the shadow of a wine glass being cast on the table lying nearby. This beautiful collage depicts painted blinds along with a real newspaper. The newspaper named Le Socialiste des Pyrénées-Orientales was a local newspaper from Collioure, a place where Gris stayed in 1914. The depiction of the newspaper may possibly be reflective of his political preferences.

Juan Gris created only one sculpture in his life, which was a painted plaster named ‘Harlequin,’ in 1917. During 1917 to 1920, Gris played with objects and shadows in his work and used complex textures and bright colors in his paintings, which included ‘the Fruit Bowl on Checkered Cloth’ (1917). His works therefore became more and more complicated. His paintings showed that Juan was more interested in maintaining ‘Realism’ in his ‘Cubist’ art works, more than both, Picasso and Braque did. The Spanish painter died in 1927, in Boulogne-sur-Seine (Paris), when he was just forty years of age, but not before creating a niche for himself in the ‘Cubist’ genre and creating a masterpiece like “The Sunblind.” “The Sunblind” is presently displayed at Tate Gallery, London.

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